Hollywood was a suburb of Birmingham and its own municipality in the early 20th century, prior to its annexation by neighboring Homewood Alabama in 1929.
The original Hollywood Town Hall and the surrounding historical residences were designed by architect George P. Turner using Mission Revival and Spanish Colonial Revival styling, which had become very fashionable during the early days of motion pictures in its namesake city of Hollywood California.
Thus throughout Hollywood you will find a truly fascinating group of stuccoed and flat roofed homes built in the early 1900′s, and most of them already refurbished for your 21st Century lifestyle. Of course Homes in The Hollywood Historic District are going to be upscale pricing ($350k to over $1Million) when compared to the neighborhood in general, which begins in the mid $200′s. So if you are looking for style, fantastic architecture, and a superb location in a more urban setting, close to the Medical District and the City Center, then Hollywood is for you.
Homes for Sale in Hollywood
How to Get There
From Downtown Birmingham take US-280-East for ~2.5miles, then continue on US-31-S Montgomery Parkway for another mile, turn left onto Hollywood Blvd and you are there.